Syrian ‘refugees’ flood U.S. at rate of 358 per week

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The Obama administration’s scripted answer for anyone who questioned its ability to screen Syrian “refugees” was that they are the “most thoroughly vetted” of all immigrants, going through an arduous process that takes 18 to 24 months to complete.

But that process was taking longer than expected and making it impossible for Obama to make good on his promise to the United Nations to admit at least 10,000 Syrians in fiscal 2016.

To fulfill its promise, the administration has now decided to expedite the process, cutting the screening period from 18-24 months down to three months.

 

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